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Dec 28, 2012 6:00pm EST
whole fiscal cliff discussion while it may have its imaginary dimensions, has a real effect. you're seeing a decline in confidence. there will be a slowdown in the economy. it is true the country can cobble together a deal in the new year, but in the meantime, there will be a lag in which you will see an economy that is already weak further weakened. but i want to go back to something. we have to start creating jobs. this debt-based economic system where the next discussion is 16 -- $16.4 trillion, will we not only over the cliff but in default is the wrong discussion. why aren't we creating jobs using the government's inherit power undeunder the constitution that we spend money to rebuild the infrastructure, put millions of people back to work, create new tax payers and you don't have to worry so much about unemployment benefits that are due to expire. it is the wrong discussion we are having. as we look into the new year, we got a couple of things going. there is a decrease in confidence in government. this is no longer about democrats or republicans. it is about the failure of the government to respond to the aspirations of people for jobs, housing, heal
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